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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

rpHTHD ADSTBALIAN CHAMPION STAKE».of JL £500, with a sweep of .C10O eaoli addod, half forfeit open to all tlie Australian Coionios. Prended tliree or moro horses start, tlio second horse to receive ¿200, and the third horse £100 out of tho SUV«. To te run for ovor the NEW TOWN BACK COURSE in TASÎIANIA, on TUESDAY, the 8rd day of December, 1801. Dùtanco, thrco miles. Entries to be addressed and forwardod to the Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or before the 1st of September, 1801. Forfeits to be declared one month Wore tho day of the race. > Stone, Jibs. . Weight*... 8yn. old ... 7 0 4 " , ... 8 6 - 5 " " ... 9 0 6 " " &agod... 0 5 BTBWATID3. J. li. B. Tabart, Esq. Thomas Field, Esq. John Lord,'Esq. John Field, Esq. "W. Kearney, Esq Jas. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Korap, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To tot irlfch Stewards to bo appointed by each of the Gelosios. J. W. GRATES, 1015 ' ~_Hon. See. HARDWICK. AUTUMN MEETING-, 1862. SECOND BIENNIAL STAKES. niHE FIRS...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

' SYDNEY. MAÏUCRTS, FRIDAY. ? . Vfn-vr, Gs M to 7* nd per buihel: nour, £13 tn £10 per ton I real», 4». 0/1 t x4» S l|. Bmillih bnrler, 8* Oil to'10s ¡ cups do 0- per muriel; oaten tiny, pressed, £8 lOi t» £9 per tam unpreased. £1 10i; lucerno hay. £5 lOi to £0 10s per tnn t »utier, la {3d ; cheese. SJ to Od ; bacon. Ort : ein la fri lo lt Od pur dozen < fowl». 2a 'Gil to Sa Oil percrmpla i pr>tMni», £,i £0 Ulai fat plus 4rt per pound i beer, 40s; mutton, S3 per cwt: Iiidos. 6a tn 17a; toh.iooo.lii 2d to l> 6.1 pot lb best quality, buenrno scad lad por lb, retail 2si perniinlat reit clnvrr ditto ditto: white Hinch. 2a Od per lb ¡ station and ml-ei aiaisea 2s6d par lb, aoretvum sanctiaratum, 0,1 per lb;^iecdoals 5s Od lo Os IUTMAKKBT PURES -Hay; 4s 0.1 to 7s Od t straw, 3s Sd to 4» Dd s irritât, 6s 0.1 tn 7s Od t oats, Gs Od to 7a O i baria)', ss Od io 6s 0.11 cowa, £0|la to£10 la; calves, ".fis tn 35>i hark. £4 lato£0 ls per ton ; erren stuff from I Od lt» ta Od ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION: NIAGARA SURPASSED. (Weekly Despatch.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION : 17IÂOÂBA SURPASSED. nVeeklii Despatch.) Lotter* hnvo boen received from Dr. Livingstone, ditod lt)tl> Jnntmry, 1861, «nd from othor-members? of the expedition down to th* beginning of Febrnnry, giv- ing nu account ol' tho arrival of the 1'iniieer, and' of "a second vfcut to the Victoria Kults and tho ndjncent wmitrr. Those new accounts of thoir proceedings begin with a* letter tinted 4th D"cembor, in which Mr diaries . Lirmç»t>mo narrâtes the course of their travels. - They had .j nut thou returned to Totte from a : six mgnthV journey as far ni tho Sosheki. 'Ahe next letter is'dated from Chumba Island, in the Zambesi,' tho day before Christmas Day. The path of tho expedition across the Butoka country strnrk tho Zambesi at tlireo or four milo» abova tho Fall's. <; They omlitrkcd-in : two small canoe*, and pi-oceoded down tlie stream i to Gardon Island, just abovp tho Victoria Falls. The, following is Mr Living- stone's description of tili...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PHILADELPHIANS IN ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

?Pirrr-ADELPHIANS IN ALB ANT. A short timo «¡nco we gnvo nn account of tho, visit of a committee of No. 8 of Albany to Philadelphia. Last week, tho Porsevororice Uoso No. 5 sent a committee to No. 8 " to give them a9 good as they sont." Thoy wore Major Peter Fritz nnd Capt. Wm. A. Thorp, of Perse voronco. iroso 5; Kli'Porry, Esq, ox-Mayor; James Costigan, Foreman Engino 8 ; Assistant Engineer Wm. T. Johnson ; ' Hale Kingsley, Esq, Captain pf the Bur- gesses Corps ; Martin Dclohanty, Cit^- Clorkj und sovorni membors of Engino No 6, of Now York.' 'According to all nccouuts, they must havo had a.tinie-rono of the gentlemen named Bowden boing n rich character. After hoing repeatedly called on to speak,-he threw out his arm, expanded his breast, brushed back his hair, pulled up his sleeves, nnd crossed his hands on tho top of a champagne böttlo that stood in front bf him on tho table. -Assuming the air that'orators genornlly put on, previous to tho commencement of a speech, a lecture, he...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

POLICE. Tun MAJiABEn " STOÓKISO."-John Mason, a lucky looking youth,-faced tho I'olico Magistrate on Tuesday, charged with finding two £5 notes, and a promissory ditto for £20. Itmpector Waters stated that Mason no ;knbwledgcd to Iiis good luck, and that ho had invested ;tho twin lives in the purchoso of n mngiiifioicnt rig out, 'nhd " titree renl gold rings, which were produced. in Court. ;Mr Alola 1er deposed that on tho prorious Wed- nesday between one and two o'clock ho was " regularly st unned" to find that he had lost a substitute for n purso ¡ti tho simpe of " nn old stocking," containing tho real ¡{ves, and tho imaginary twenty, together with " half a deadun." Imagining that, ho had left them on Mr Mc Encroo's counter, ho returned to " Tho Storo of Erin," , but Uko Young Lovell, " ho found thom not." His next step was tq'tnko',tsweet counsel" on tho matter with his bosom friend, tito Laird o' Garry Owen, who: advised tho adoption of a "liberal, policy" by offering n rownrd o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE MAY MAIL, PER BENARES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE KAT MAIL, FEB BENARES. : Tho following items of intelligence havo beon glosnc'd from the columns of tho &? M. Herald pending the ar- rival of the mud steamer. ' ' " It will be seen that the general tenor of rho new«, ns regards the maintenance of peace, is rattier threatening, and that England will in all probability bo compelled to assumo a rory decided attitude on tho Syrian question. Tho commercial intelligence although not of any great importance, is, on tho whole, considered in commercial airóles us satisfactory. The betrothal of the Princess Alica to tho Trinco Louis of HOSBO had beon officially announced, and' Par- liament had voted tho Princess a marring» portion of £30,000, and an annuity of £6000 por annum.. It is also stated that a marriage between (ho Princess Mary of Cambridge, cousin to Har Majesty, and the Duke of Newcastle was on tho lapis. In the Commons, tho opposition was to move tho omission of tbs paper duty repeal in the Budget Billi and it was unde...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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"A DREAM." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

"A DREAM." , You ask mo if I ever dream, ? If thoughts and wordH of day ? With calmer deeper gladness boam ? In dreaiidight'B linzy ray ? Hy lifo lias been a strange day dream . . Of ?.which passing things, Sut oh ! it knows.no brighter beam Than that thy memory brings. - , Xast night when midnight's solemn tone : ' Ponied out the noon of night, I saw u figure still and lono ... ?' - Unfold its wings of light. It had thy bino and beaming oyo», It had thy tonos of song, Tho low. and matohloss molodiet That to thy Toice belong. . And bright ns brightly falls tho light On wreath of drivon snow. Thy tresses through the gloom of night Shone with a strange bright glow. And then it took thy thrilling tono, > Thia spirit of my dream, . And in those low swcot words alon* , , , Asked-" Do you over dream ?"

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

. TASMANIA* CnAsrrioN SWEEPSTAKES.-It is »aid that the owner of .Eaglehawk has not entered his colt for either the. Molbourno Cup or tho Ballaarat Handicap, because after the Two Thousand is ovor, lie intends sending him to Tasmania to moko one of tho Victoria" nominations in.tho Fourth Champion Sweepstakes. Re- ferring to this race, the Hobart Town Mercury informs us that " it is known to bo tho intention of tho principal owners of blood stock in this colony to be represented in the Champion Match ¡" and also " that it is proposed to extend tho sports over threo days-tlint is two days in addition to tho ono Axod for tho great raco." The Now Town course it appears must bo put in thorough repair, and"o,.vory inconsiderable expenditure would bo sufficient to rcstoro it to proper order." TJIE ROMAN PATH FOB HpnsES.-Tho racehorse is io much better lodged,'fed, clothed, and tended than many millions of human beings, that it might ba antici- pated that any improvomont or innovation as to ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

Printed lind Published by GBOKOB PBBBBBS FIOKEBW» and OHÁMJIB. IListiwow Nionoto, at tho. Stitt lp .in . Sydney Printing Ömeo. -SZÖ, . Os^oreagh-erreet, Sydney, Üev>- South WolMfSahirday; Juif? 13i I*"* '

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SPORTING CHR0NICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

SPORT INO CUR 0 NI CL E. 'j -- -R A G E 3 T O COMB. Wilberforce............... ...July SJtli. ll lucio UiuoV..."..July 14th, Xstli, «at», Kntvlwlck Spilrw. Se.i. liih. I3ih, an mk. Ill'toarra. Ort. ISlli, Ißtli, mil l'tll. Emu Plain«.......Tlacemher tSib. Knu.iwlck N'o* Year'a Dir (Una.J du 1, Indi TA3U1XU. Third Au«ir«ll»n Cliamplou Buk« .Dweintxr tri). , ".

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THE CHALLENGE! (Translated from the German of "Frozenstern.") [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE Off AI/LENGE 1 (Tranilated from tho German of " Froienatern.") Como forth thou champion of tho sword, And I'll convince you soon, That I aw master of that bindo, . . As well ns the Jiatsoon! ... Como forth thou Knight of high renown, Come forth, Sir George, I say, I feel mr soul is «low in arms, ' And;eager for the fray I I, from Victoria's Champion Cup, ; ' My claret gaily sip, Lo, I the champion of that land, . Invite thee tb a " nip I " For hundreds, ono or two in pounds, i . Of Cuptnin Ward's " mint sauce," A broadsword duel wo will play, lint mind you don't get cross 1 ? AB did the stalwart Knights of old, "I feel an honour bound,"- : ' To give my trusty hlado no rest, Till I've tho " Globo " boon round ! In search of Bomo bold Cavalier, Or " very proper mnn," So I will fight with thee, Sir George, Or olso with "Tim " DuiganI APOTXO'S protege, nm I, j And also thank my stars, ] That fenn claim relationship With bravo old General. Mart ! So now come forth Sir -Scorge I soy, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

MATCH AT ASIIKBLD von £20 ABIDE.-On Mondar oft om OOH a. goodly muster of sportsman toole place st Ashfield, U> witness a match bstweon two well known ponies, Mr J. Mortimer's bay gelding "Crab", and Mr isymos's duh mareTooi Tool," once round the conreo for £20 aside. On drawing up to tho post one falso start occurred! but afc length they wero' marshalled again, and, on tho second attempt, got away at tho word " ofT," tho horse having a tfemondous lead. It was soon ap- parent that tho maro wai overmatched, and the further thoy wont, the further she was behind ; Crab well steered by Young Driscoll, hoing landed a gallant winner by a dozon lengths. Tho some ponies aro matohod to run a milo this afternoon, on tho Randwick Hoad, .with " owners up."

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VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. MONDAY.-The attendîmes of members on Monday last was not so great aa on either of tho previous Mon- day evenings, but those who were present moant busi- ness, and not gossip. Tho performance commenced with a bot of 500 to IO agst Prince, for tho Cup, which was followed np by Boveral hundreds to three-in fact, tho professionals gavo in beforo tho taker of tho odds. Anothor Gipps Land nomination,.Marchioness, was also backed to win a "monkoy" at 100 to 3, but iii lior caso tito bookmakers were anxious to go on. Medora was also trusted to the same amount ot 100 to ' C, whilst at 100 to 4 Sorcerer and Red Rorer "had their partisans; and at 100 to 3 Tho Nun was laid against mora than once. Ot" tho old favourites Gaffer Groy was oporatod on nt 100 to 5, and Othello at 100 to 3. Of doublo event betting thoro was no lack ; but wo did not hear of a singlo investment on tho Guineas. UELOOURME CUP.' 100 to 0 agit M«ilor* (tk) I 100 to S agit Prlnee (tk freely)...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

AHBWXR8 TO CORR18P01TOEHTS. ^«MlTTArtCÏS RECEIVED fron O. Ii, H., Murrnrmnal ¡ J. T., . ^D;nlUquini H. P.-T.srablnit Flat. ,- ' _ ?.' . * CB. C , UKAnOW VL\T.~ Wu »ever port tingle coplei. Tour . ' ' »hr«e'lwo-p«ntiy aumpi ein be had on pertonitl appHeatloa, ? anil paying tk« expensiiof th!» notice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

ÇKïIiEHîSX favouring'. n» with orders for this Vjr;- Jo'uriúl will bs pleased to enclose tb» necessary "advonee for six months subscription, vi* 13s, or a £1 fmote which will cover three quarters of th« year.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

BM't lift in Sydney and Sportina Chronic!» is piibllthoa every Saturday morning, Çoimtry Subscribers will be recclyed.on pay ment of Six Months In Advance, viz., 13s. The Quarters ena on the 3l»t March, ,10th June, 30th September, and 31st December, ; respectively, tit irhlclr periods only can Subscribers resign, on paying up arrears. Parties subscribing in the niiddleof aUuarter will only bc, charged from the date of. their commencing. Airer ',, tiscmenti'inust'spocify in writing on the face of them the riumlwr ?, of Insertion',, or they will be continued and charged accordingly, till countonnanilcd. , :' , , ? _-. - - '

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CRICKET. MATCH TO COME. August 1.— Cundletown C. C. v. Tinoni C. C. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

CRICKET. - . , HATOir TO COME. - Aujuit 1.^-Cundletown C. C. v. Tlnonl C. C. ? To the Edilori<¡fJBelF* Zjft in Sydney. *?? ÖBSTH5HBN,-Tour correspondant ".Emergency" iii your last Meld JLifain his reviow of tho' Criokot Season 60-Olj'aftor occupying n. considoñibio portion of your apace with tho veriest twaddle, goes" on to say that he is "all there," a stotonumt which would bo indisputable if lio,woro to bo taken- at his own valuation ¡ but ps I diffor with him in this respect as well as with his satis- factory explanation of my queries which. you admitted into your columns in a previous issue, notwithstanding he líos been deputed, it is said, to do baltlo on behalf of tho'"leading Club." Tho gist of "EinOrgenoy's"' ex- planation, impotent) though it bo, is, that in consequence of the unwillingness to act of ono of the gontlomou ap- pointed by Mr Leigh to seo tho conditions upon which fie prosen tod tho Olinllongo Cup to tho cricketers of tho colony carried out, ¿nore i ...

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To the Editors of Bell's life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

To the Editors of SelFi life in Sydney. GJOTTKMEK,-Can you giro mo an iden of .what stakes aro to bo run for nt Band trick in Septombor? A friond .af mind toll« mo ho has seen.- tho programma, but I have searched your .paper for some' weeks past without hoing able to And it; and it is high timo .w,o at a distance should know what to .prepare horses for. By tho bye, when are tho revised rules to appear ? /We.hare heard of thom for so long a time that wo .begin t o think it must be through your dilatoriness in printing, that they are so long kept back, ;. ' '* ' Four obedient servant. J. S. SIMPSON. . .', Groaîbnrri,[Jnly 8th, 1081. ;

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THE RING FIGHT TO COME. August 11. Bourke v. Waterhouse, £ 100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE RING . FIGHT TO COME. August li. Bourke v. Waterhome, jElOO. SrAnnuio ENTKRTAINMKST.-This affair irhicli, na wo announced in our last, ought to have como off on Wednesday evening, for the benefit of Tom Woods, was unavoidably postponed at tho Inst moment, and too Into, to givo notice. Tho reason, wo bolieve, ¡wns somo diflV culty about th« room ; but now that another has been secured, and the exhibition will, without doubt, take plnco on Thursday evoning next, wo hopo the patrons of tho 'King will muster in force, moro especially as Woods was put to considerable oxponso through being unable to bring off his bonofit last week. All the availablo talent will assist, nnd as an additional induce- ment to favor Tom with a visit, .wo may inontion that mon and money will bo forthcoming that evening to make o match with him for a cool hundred aside. Wo should bs glad if tho sams occasion Were to seo some one tako np Charley Horrogan's challenge, for tho little feuthorweight champion sadl...

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VICTORIA TURF CLUB STRING MEETING, NOVEMBER 1861. ACCEPTANCES FOR THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

VICTORIA TURF CLUB SrRtN'Ö MEETING, . - NOVEMBER 1861. . ' ACCEPTANCES FOR THE MEt/BOURNE CUP. MRi.notTRyE COP, » Jinndionp sweopitokos of 20 «ova, 10 I BOrV forroit; or 5 ifd«olaroil,.w-ith'20O BOT» rddcd by j tho Victoria Turf Club. Two mile». Tho winner of the Two Thou.and O-uinens to carry 5lb extra ¡ of any handicap "rnce of tho advertised value) of ICO aova, after. ; - . ,-, \ ¡. . ? - ?? . - ' ' ' ' "í y ; declaration of-weight, 31ti extra j of two' or moro such . raeiM, 6lb extra,. Pciinltieâ not accumulative beyond 71b. Ton uorstpRIiV Tho remainder of tho «woepatake (IO sors) to bo paul '? on the night of gonoral entry for tho spring .meeting. I'r«*ctit value of tho stake, 7 IO .ovs. 07 subs, 12 of whom paid 5 sovs forfeit. Age. «Ub Mr J. Ilendsrson ns br h Hormon....,.«. .... o 9'JO J. Henderson n« tirg Olliollo. afb Du Alastra'» h b Archer . 6 « 7 C. B. Flilicr's br in Midnight.-.. » I» 4 T. Mavin's b g Flying Ducie . fi 9 S W. Henderson ni b li lluward ... ..*.. 9 9 4 J....

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